relatives to care for children taken from their parents. as a result, for the next year and a half, we won't be helping any more low-income parents return to work. and because eligibility requirements will become stricter, some parents who are already working will no doubt have to quit. we cut funding to local health departments, meaning fewer children received immunizations, fewer pregnant women received prenatal care and fewer diabetics received comprehensive care. and we cut agencies that help our senior citizens. in one agency alone, the number of meals delivered was reduced by almost 300,000. i could go on and on. but, now that we're emerging from the recession, it's time to repair the worst of this damage, rebuild those programs we never wanted to cut, and reinvest in our future. but where will the money come from?